Have You Tackled Active Acne Only To Be Left With Unwanted Scarring?

Acne Scar Surgery – Minimize Scarring Today

As with other types of scars, the lingering effects of acne scars are often as emotional as they are physical. Thanks to the latest advancements in both surgical and non-surgical techniques, you no longer have to live with bothersome scars. Dr. Karolak has a variety of treatment options to address acne scars and customizes procedures for each patient according to his or her goals, the degree of scarring, and previous treatment history.

How Does Acne Scar Surgery Work?

Dr. Karolak uses acne scar surgery to help your skin look better so you can feel more comfortable in social situations. His comprehensive approach leverages the body’s ability to heal and rejuvenate. Skin-rebuilding treatments may include; TCA cross, Fat Transfer, aggressive subcision, life-long topical skin care, fillers, Fractional CO2 Skin Resurfacing, and/or your own stem cells, growth factors and PRP.

Am I a Good Candidate
For Acne Scar Surgery?

If acne scars are negatively impacting your day-to-day activities including social situations, it might be time to consider enlisting the help of acne scar surgery at Karolak Facial Plastic Surgeon. Acne scar treatments are safe and effective throughout the face and body. Take your life back and keep unwanted scarring at bay for good.

What Results Will I See?*

Acne scar treatments aim to produce a smoother complexion. It is important to understand that once there is a scar, the skin cannot go back to the way it was before. The goal is to make your skin look better. Results can vary depending on the severity of your concerns as well as the treatment method used. Dr. Karolak will work closely with you until your desired goals are met. Typically, once existing scars are treated, they’re unable to return on their own leaving you with lifelong results.

I had the best possible experience and result with Dr. Karolak. He is a very kind and caring Doctor. I have complete confidence in him and am thrilled with my results. His staff is very friendly and professional as well.*

– Linda Via Healthgrades

This procedure may not be suitable for every patient. All patients must be evaluated by a physician as to the appropriateness of performing the procedure.

The above testimonial represents the individual’s response and reaction to the procedure; however, no medical procedure is risk-free. Associated potential risks and complications should be discussed with the physician rendering this procedure.

Consultations Are Available Now

Take the first step. Get your questions answered and find out which treatment option is best for your personal situation by meeting with Dr. Karolak for an in-person consultation. Simply fill out the form on this page, and one of our experienced team members at Karolak Facial Plastic Surgeon will reach out to you promptly to schedule your consultation.

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What is the Recovery Like?*

Lighter treatments such as fillers and collagen-building fat transfer procedures have minimal downtime. More aggressive procedures such as surgical subcision and CO2 resurfacing can have anywhere from 3-10 days of recovery time. Dr. Karolak will speak with you in-depth about all aspects of your upcoming procedure at the time of your initial consultation.

Take the First Step – Request A Consultation

If you would like to schedule an in-person consultation, please fill out the form on this page or call (732) 955-9500 and one of our knowledgeable medical staff members at Karolak Facial Plastic Surgeon will reach out to you promptly. Karolak Facial Plastic Surgeon is located in Wall Township, NJ, along the Jersey Shore in Monmouth County, but serving patients from all over the U.S. and the world.

This procedure may not be suitable for every patient. All patients must be evaluated by a physician as to the appropriateness of performing the procedure.

The above testimonial represents the individual’s response and reaction to the procedure; however, no medical procedure is risk-free. Associated potential risks and complications should be discussed with the physician rendering this procedure.